SC Acknowledges Farmers’ Right to Non-Violent Protest, Suggests Putting Farm Laws on Hold, Centre Opposes

The apex court, which made it clear that the issue of farmers’ protest and the right to move freely of others would be dealt on priority and not the validity of laws at the moment, also said it was thinking of setting up an “impartial and independent” panel of agriculture experts and farmer unions to resolve the impasse.

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